Intermediate Algebra
posted by Ralph .
If the discriminant of a quadratic equation has the given value, determine the number and type of solutions of the equation.
A.48
B.0

If b^24ac = +48 then you have two real roots
If b^2 4ac = 0 then your two roots are the same and you really only have one real root. The vertex is on the x axis.
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